The Feliks Jasieński Szołayski House

pl. Szczepański 9



The residential building at Szczepański Square reached its current form in the 1820s. In 1904, it passed into the hands of the Kraków commune with the aim of becoming a museum, and its history has been varied ever since: in 1934 it held the Feliks “Manggha” Jasieński branch of the National Museum, after the Second World War it presented a gallery of mediaeval art, and in the 21st century it was the temporary home to the Stanisław Wyspiański Museum. It’s also worth noting that in 2021 the museum finalised a few important projects, and Wyspiański’s works, forming a core part of the history of Polish design, go on show on 3 December at the new branch of his museum at the former granary at Sikorskiego Square. In the meantime, the Szołayski House has become a space for completely new artistic experiences by presenting previously unshown works from the National Museum’s collection: two new permanent exhibitions heralding the Museum of Architecture and Design which will be located in the former Hotel Cracovia. For the time being, the extensive selection of works from the National Museum’s collection and artworks created as part of an ongoing collaboration with Polish designers are presented at the historic Szołayski House.

Tickets to permanent exhibitions: normal PLN 18, concessions PLN 14, family PLN 36, admission free on Tuesday

Opening times:
02 January - 31 December
Mon closed, Tue 10:00-18:00, Wed-Sun 10:00-16:00
pl. Szczepański 9
12 433 54 51
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